Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 20, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Ohio: “FBI Investigation Revealed Vast FirstEnergy-Backed Political Network Hidden Through Lax State Disclosure Rules” by Andrew Tobias (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN


National: “As Trump’s Presidency Recedes into History, Scholars Seek to Understand His Reign – and What It Says About American Democracy” by David Nakamura (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Trump Grants Clemency to 143 People in Late-Night Pardon Blast” by Rosalind Heldrman, Josh Dawsey, and Beth Reinhard (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Florida Police Were After a Covid-19 Data Scientist. She Turned Herself In – and Tested Positive.” by Teo Armus (Washington Post) for MSN

New Jersey: “Auction for Chance to Implode Trump Plaza Casino Is Canceled” by Mihir Zavari for New York Times

Legislative Issues

Wisconsin: “Speaker Vos Puts Limits on Who Can Respond to Tweets Despite First Amendment Ruling Against Him” by Patrick Marley (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) for MSN


National: “Biden to Ban Special Bonuses for Appointees, Expand Lobbying Prohibitions in New Ethics Rules” by Michael Scherer (Washington Post) for MSN

Canada: “Two N.B. Reactor Developers Defend Use of Liberal-Connected Lobbyists” by Jacques Poitras (CBC) for MSN

New Mexico: “Lawmaker, Advocates Pursue Greater Sunshine from Lobbyists” by Brian Metzger for New Mexico In Depth

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